- Features 17 cooking settings
- FlexInduction spaces allow for easy switching of power level by moving cookware
- Only available in black
ADA Compliant, CSA Safety certified
Country of originGermany
Full Zone Left & Right heating element: 3,300 W / 3,600 W (in boost)
Front and Back Left and Right heating elements: 2,200 W / 3,600 W (in boost)
Center heating element: 3,300 / 2,200 W (3,700 / 3,400 W in boost)
Volts: 240/208 Volts
Amps: 50 Amps
Wattage: 11100 Watts
Frequency: 60 Hz.
The Bosch Benchmark NITP668UC is a 36-inch induction stovetop that offers style, high-performance, and reliability, and a huge amount of flexible cooking space. What sets this model apart from similar induction stovetops is the inclusion of two FlexInduction® cooking spaces and Bosch’s innovative PowerMove® technology, which allows you to change the power level simply by moving your cookware to one of three preset power zones. This model is also available with a stainless steel rim.
This model features 17 cooking settings, AutoSizing® to help you match your pan size to the elements, automatic pan detection, and a child lock for safety. The elements comprise four 7″ x 8″ elements on either side of a central circular 9” / 12” element, with wattage ranging from a low of 2200W to 3700W depending on zone and boost activation.
Bosch Benchmark vs. GE Monogram 36” and Smeg SIMU536B
If you’re in the market for a larger 36” induction stovetop, the Bosch Benchmark is a top choice, beaten only by the Smeg SIMU536B, which has considerably more eco-friendly certifications and an impressive large central element providing 5000W. While similar to the GE Monogram 36” in almost every regard, the Bosch Benchmark is CSA certified and has the two FlexInduction cooking spaces and their innovative PowerMove technology, allowing you to change the power level simply by moving your cookware to one of three preset power zones. This model has a higher energy output overall, however, and is only available in black.